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celloptima logoHarvesting MSCs and EpSCs from Cord Lining with CellOptima™

 

Patented Technology with 16 Patent Protection granted and 10 more pending

Available exclusively at Cordlife in India, CellOptima™ can isolate and expand two types of stem cells; MSCs and EpSCs, from your baby’s cord lining.

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What makes CellOptima™ special?
CellOptima™ is an original invention from Singapore. Patent protection of CellOptima™ has been granted by many countries because the technology is novel, first-of-its-kind and useful. All patents granted for CellOptima™ prevents other companies from harvesting stem cells from cord lining.
More than 20 years ago, bone marrow was found to contain MSCs. Subsequently, scientists also found that Wharton’s Jelly from the umbilical cord contain MSCs as well. More recently, a team of award-winning doctor and scientist from Singapore made significant inroad in the world with the discovery of two powerful stem cell types, MSCs and EpSCs, from cord lining. Together, the Cambridge and Stanford University trained duo developed a unique technology known as CellOptima™, designed to harvest and multiply stem cells from cord lining. This revolutionary discovery subsequently led the team to receiving patent grants from 16 countries including United States, China, Singapore, Hong Kong and patent grants from another 10 countries are still pending for final approval. These patents prohibit anybody other than the patent owner from harvesting stem cells from cord lining.

List of Clinical Trials with Stem Cells harvested with CellOptima™

Focus  Partner Universities or Research Institutions 
Heart restoration and repair
  • National University of Singapore
  • Hamburg University, Heart Centre, Germany
Wound management and burns 
  • Shriner’s Children’s Burns Hospital, United States
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • National Burns Centre, Hanoi, Vietnam
Cornea regeneration 
  • Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore
  • National Eye Institute, Hanoi, Vietnam
Liver regeneration
National University of Singapore
Skin & hair rejuvenation
  • Camden Medical Centre, Singapore
  • BK Clinic, South Korea
  • National Institute of Dermatology, Hanoi, Vietnam 
Insulin-producing cells
  • National Cancer Centre, Singapore
  • National University of Singapore
Neuronal differentiation for hearing impairment Stanford University, United States
Bone differentiation, repair and regeneration
  • AO Foundation, Switzerland
  • Keele University, United Kingdom
Hemophilia A National Cancer Centre, Singapore
Human feeder layer for stem cell culture Duke University, United States and National University of Singapore (co-collaboration)